A notorious cat burglar has his activities closely watched by the police so he trains an "apprentice" to carry out his well planned thefts while at the same time providing himself with safe... See full summary »

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Colin Neal
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Lieutenant Wade
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Diana Weston
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Chris Forrester
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Detective Sgt. Phil Hadley
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A notorious cat burglar has his activities closely watched by the police so he trains an "apprentice" to carry out his well planned thefts while at the same time providing himself with safe alibis.When the cocky trainee finds he enjoys the money and lifestyle being a "high class thief" brings,he decides to go into business for himself and eliminate the old pro. Written by dubchi

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3 December 1964 (USA)  »

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No honor among thieves....
14 October 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Colin Neal (Barry Nelson) has been sent to prison twice. He's a career cat burglar...a sophisticated one who is very good at his craft. However, to throw the cops off his trail, he's decided to teach another man all his trademarks so that the assistant can commit robberies when Colin has an air-tight alibi. The problem with this plan is that it works too well and the young guy decides that he can go into business for himself...and that means eliminating the competition!

At the same time, two cops (James Gregory and Warren Stevens) are on the case and the younger cop (Stevens) is determined to capture Colin...whereas his older and more experienced partner in this (Gregory) thinks there's more to the case and they'll never capture Colin, as he's too smart.

This was an enjoyable show with some nice acting. My only gripe is that the ending was a bit too difficult to believe...way too difficult.


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